The committee is comprised of active-duty service members, veterans, Department of Defense (DOD) civilians, and others connected to or interested in the military, including military spouses, significant others, and adult children of military parents.

    The primary objectives of the MUSSC are to:

    1. Provide a platform for networking and professional development among AIHA members with military backgrounds or connections.
    2. Support the transition of military personnel and veterans into civilian OEHS careers through mentorship, resources, and career guidance.
    3. Advocate for the unique needs and challenges faced by OEHS professionals working within the military and uniformed services.
    4. Collaborate with other AIHA committees and external organizations to address issues related to OEHS in the military and uniformed services.

    The MUSSC welcomes all AIHA members who have a connection to the military or uniformed services and are passionate about advancing OEHS within these communities. By bringing together individuals with diverse experiences and perspectives, the committee strives to create a supportive and inclusive environment that fosters growth, collaboration, and advocacy.

    Through various initiatives, such as webinars, workshops, and community outreach programs, the MUSSC will provide valuable resources and support to its members. By leveraging the collective expertise and dedication of its volunteers, the MUSSC is committed to making a positive impact on the health and well-being of those who serve our nation.